Andrew Lacombe
Fox 11 Online

CLEVELAND, OHIO (WLUK) — Back in Cleveland Wednesday night, 11 months after the first Republican presidential debate in the same city, Gov. Scott Walker’s Republican National Convention speech centered around his belief that America deserves better than Hillary Clinton.

Walker, who ended his own presidential campaign after 71 days, repeated the line “America deserves better” more than a dozen times in his 10-minute address.

Walker said Donald Trump won’t be afraid to take on Washington.

“Donald Trump is standing with the American people,” said Walker.

Walker referred back to his own presidential campaign.

“Last August, I said that any of the Republicans running would be better than Hillary Clinton,” Walker said. “I meant it then, and I mean it now. So let me be clear: a vote for anyone other than Donald Trump in November is a vote for Hillary Clinton.”

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